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how to take sitescope backup silently on 11.21??

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SiteScope 10 : how to use ConfigTool without user interaction (silent mode) for data export or import. This procdure has been used successfully on SiteScope 10.10 - 10.12, it will most likely work on other releases as well

This procedure will no longer work on SiteScope 11.x due to internal changes.
It is planned to re-introduce this feature in SiteScope 11.20.

 

So my question is, this was suppose to gext fix in sitescope 11.20 right ? but feature still not implemented in 11.21?

 

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Battushi Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: how to take sitescope backup silently on 11.21??

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Hello,

 

I would like to confirm you this option has been implemented in SiteScope 11.22, on SiteScope Deployment guide http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00409587 on page 143.

 

 

 

Running Silent Configuration

You run a silent configuration using the configtoolparams.txt file. Since this file has a very specific format, you should create the silent configuration file using the sample file located in the <SiteScope installation directory>\examples\silent_config folder. To run a silent configuration for SiteScope (for SiteScope 11.22 or later):

1. Navigate to the configtoolparams.txt file located in the <SiteScope installation directory>\examples\silent_config folder.
2. Make a copy of the file, and save it to a location of your choice.
3. Open the file, modify it to meet your configuration needs (follow the instructions in the sample file), and then save the file.
4. Run the configuration from the command line with the -i silent and the -f <answers file> flag.

For example:
config_tool -i silent -f c:\configtoolparams.txt (Windows)

or

./config_tool.sh -i silent -f /opt/configtoolparams.txt (Linux or Solaris)

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Battushi Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: how to take sitescope backup silently on 11.21??

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Hello,

 

I would like to confirm you this option has been implemented in SiteScope 11.22, on SiteScope Deployment guide http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00409587 on page 143.

 

 

 

Running Silent Configuration

You run a silent configuration using the configtoolparams.txt file. Since this file has a very specific format, you should create the silent configuration file using the sample file located in the <SiteScope installation directory>\examples\silent_config folder. To run a silent configuration for SiteScope (for SiteScope 11.22 or later):

1. Navigate to the configtoolparams.txt file located in the <SiteScope installation directory>\examples\silent_config folder.
2. Make a copy of the file, and save it to a location of your choice.
3. Open the file, modify it to meet your configuration needs (follow the instructions in the sample file), and then save the file.
4. Run the configuration from the command line with the -i silent and the -f <answers file> flag.

For example:
config_tool -i silent -f c:\configtoolparams.txt (Windows)

or

./config_tool.sh -i silent -f /opt/configtoolparams.txt (Linux or Solaris)

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Established Member.. kenneth.gonzale
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Re: how to take sitescope backup silently on 11.21??

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For 11.x < 11.22 only option is this external tool:

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/SiteScope-Support-Customer-Forum/SiS-Support-Tip-script-to-automate-SiS-11-x-backups-via/td-p/5685481
Kenneth Gonzalez
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